60% of 5 votes say it's celiac friendly

3377 Las Vegas Monorail, Las Vegas, NV 89109 Directions

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They have gluten free penne pasta and most of their sauces are gluten free. I love their gluten free pasta with bolognese sauce and have had it for years without any issues. They also have gluten free pizza crust.

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Yes

Updated 11 months ago read full review

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Do not eat here if you have celiac! Our waiter asked me if I wanted my pasta cooked separately...really? No, I just ordered the gf pasta for the fun of it. Tomato sauce was very acidic as well and sauce was a bit bland. He also was unaware of what traditional Italian drinks are. He tried to tell me the bellini was not when in fact it originated at Harry's Bar in Italy. But what really got me was when I asked multiple times if he was sure the Tiramisu wine glass was gluten free if the 2 lady fingers served on top were left out and he said yes. It appeared to be the filling only. After digging in, I discovered lady fingers which were buried at the very bottom after eating a few bites. I asked to speak to a manager and was told that the server claimed he warned me about it. Which he had done after it was served and we found out for ourselves. The server apologized for the "inconvenience". Again, really? I told him it was more than an inconvenience and that I could really be sick because of it. He then proceeded to argue with me trying to put the blame on me...unbelievable. My husband and I said we're done here. I couldn't believe we received a bill with the full amount and the manager did not try to compensate us in any way! At least take our 2 drinks off! They were very negligent and did not take the mistake seriously. I have never experienced such apathy concerning food intolerance in a restaurant in my life, and we have eaten at many places in Vegas as well as other states.

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No

Updated 4 years ago read full review

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They offer "gluten free" pasta or pizza crust for an additional $5 fee, but they cook their gf pasta in the same water as their regular pasta, and they cook their gf pizza crust on the same surface in the same oven as their regular pizza, which means neither the pasta nor the pizza is actually gluten free due to the cross contamination. I told our waiter that I had celiac disease and politely asked him what my safest bet would be. He said they could probably cook my gf pizza on a clean pan instead of putting it in the oven without a pan, like they normally do, but he said he would ask the manager to make sure, which I appreciated. But then the manager came over and acted like I was asking the world of her to avoid cross contamination. She said she would never cook gf pasta in its own water because it would take "forever" for the water to heat up, and she snapped at our waiter for suggesting cooking the pizza on a pan. I have never experienced management like this before at a restaurant. Bottom line: they do not actually have gluten free food here.

Celiac friendly?

No

Updated 4 years ago read full review

This establishment is NOT a dedicated gluten-free facility and may not be safe for those with celiac disease. Please contact the establishment directly to inquire about safety precautions.

Gluten Free Features

  • Bread/Buns
  • Gluten Free Menu
  • Pasta
  • Pizza

Categories

  • Italian
  • Late Night
  • Lunch
  • Restaurant
  • Takeout
  • Vegetarian Friendly

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Best Gluten Free Crust I've had ever. Also brought a gluten free herb focaccia (was the pizza dough with olive oil and herbs). Hilda was an excellent server and very knowledgable of the gluten free items.

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Yes

Updated 5 years ago read full review

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